Getting Ideas is a short, fun e-book about how to get ideas and what to do with them. The book explains ideas in a way that helps children and young people understand why creative thinking matters and gives them the confidence that they can think creatively.
The cover blurb: This is a helpful book full of lies (and truths) about being silly, one possible way to not be eaten by a T. rex, large heads, mythical creatures, an extremely valuable diamond and much more.* Most of all, this book is about ideas, why they matter, how to get them and what to do with them.
This book is used by teachers to help foster creativity in their classes and read for pleasure by children and young people. Once, the print edition was a end-of-year gift for Year 6 leavers from the headteacher.
Sometimes it’s time to talk. Other times, it’s important to be quiet and listen. This poster is for the quiet, listening times. Young Hank Bolliday has seven really good reasons why it’s important to be quiet and listen. (Four of them are ridiculously untrue but they are still really good.)
The PDF includes both colour and black only versions. The poster is A4 but can be printed larger or smaller without any loss of quality.